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Groups and Facilities


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Center for Native Grasslands Management 
Research includes forage production, biofuels production, restoration of native grassland communities, and wildlife conservation.



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UT Beef and Forage Center 
Facilitating research and communication to advance the Tennessee Beef and Forage industry.



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Avian Ecology & Conservation 
Factors that limit populations, especially for avian species in decline.


 

Video


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Managing Cover Crops 
An overview of a UTIA research project evaluating both the timing and products used to terminate cover crops.



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Cover Crop Concerns 
Cover crops can be an effective tool in a weed management program, but there are concerns. Researchers with UTIA address those concerns here.



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Switchgrass Forage 
Experts with UT's Institute of Agriculture believe switchgrass is nutritious for farm animals, and environmentally friendly.


 

Recent Publications

Managing Native Grass Forages: Why Use Native Warm-season Grasses? Heifer Development.  Keyser, P. D.  2016.  Beef and Forage Center, monthly web article, Jan 2016.

Managing Native Grass Forages: Why Use Native Warm-season Grasses? Drought.  Keyser, P. D.  2016.  Beef and Forage Center, monthly web article, Feb 2016.

Managing Native Grass Forages: Why Use Native Warm-season Grasses? Fescue Toxicosis.  Keyser, P. D.  2016.  Beef and Forage Center, monthly web article, Mar 2016.

Managing Native Grass Forages: Why Use Native Warm-season Grasses? Profitability.  Keyser, P. D.  2016.  Beef and Forage Center, monthly web article, Apr 2016.

Managing Native Grass Forages: Extending the Grazing Season for Native Warm-season Grasses.  Keyser, P. D.  2016.  Beef and Forage Center, monthly web article, June 2016.

Why Use Native Warm-season Grasses? Heifer Development.  Keyser, P. D.  2016.  FWF Update Newsletter, Jan/Feb 2016.

Why Use Native Warm-season Grasses? Stockering and Backgrounding.  Keyser, P. D.  2016.  FWF Update Newsletter, Jan/Feb 2016.

Why Use Native Warm-season Grasses? Drought.  Keyser, P. D.  2016.  FWF Update Newsletter, Mar/Apr 2016.

Why Use Native Warm-season Grasses? Profitability.  Keyser, P. D.  2016.  FWF Update Newsletter, May/June 2016.

Extending the Grazing Season for Native Warm-Season Grasses.  Keyser, P. D.  2016.  FWF Update Newsletter, May/June 2016.

Native Warm-season Grasses Complement Tall Fescue.  Keyser, P. D.  2016.  Progressive Forage Grower (37,154), March 2016.

Why use native warm-season grasses in a forage program?.  Keyser, P. D.  2016.  Progressive Forage Grower (37,154), May 2016.